Ustinov


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Ustinov

(ˈjuːstɪnɒf)
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(Biography) Sir Peter (Alexander). 1921–2004, British stage and film actor, director, dramatist, and raconteur
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They include the nuclear-powered submarine Smolensk, the Marshal Ustinov missile cruiser, the rescue tugs SB-406 and Nikolai Chiker, and the Elbrus multipurpose logistics vessel.
The heavyweight contender knocked out Alexander Ustinov on the undercard of Billy Joe Saunders' world title victory on Saturday.
Film was applied to windows at Ustinov College's accommodation in Sheraton Park, Neville's Cross, and occupants reminded to use their blinds after managers received an email simply titled 'naked students.'.
Ustinov College is exclusively for postgraduate students, many of whom are also from overseas.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A group of warships of the Northern Fleet led by the missile cruiser Marshal Ustinov accomplishing missions as part of the Russian Navy's Mediterranean task force has held planned anti-sabotage drills during its anchorage, Fleet Spokesman Captain 1st Rank Vadim Serga said on Wednesday.
Destroyer Severomorsk and missile cruiser Mar- shal Ustinov were ret- urning to duty after Russian Navy Day events.
The 33-year-old Charr, the world's first Arab heavyweight champion, will have been inactive for almost a year by the time he fights Oquendo, having outpointed Alexander Ustinov last November to move into contention to meet some of the world's biggest names.
by Agence France-Presse German heavyweight boxer Manuel Charr, right, faces Russian Alexander Ustinov during a press conference in Oberhausen, western Germany, on November 20, 2017.
Maxwell, 4-0, faces Oszkar Fiko of Budapest in Hungary over six rounds on the undercard of Manuel Charr's clash against Alexander Ustinov for the vacant WBA 'regular' world heavyweight title.
Others to watch out for over race weekend include Norway's Tobias Munthe-Kaas, Spain's Hector Sanz Lopez, the rapid British duo of Matthew Palfreyman and Owen Jelf and Russia's Konstantin Ustinov.
Cambridge QUEEN'S Jaguar and Peter Ustinov's Lagonda at auction.